Caltech CTME and Simplilearn to Launch Online Post Graduate Program in Cloud Computing

Program to Equip Learners With the Software and Architectural Principles Required for Cloud Computing

 Caltech CTME (Center for Technology and Management Education) announced its collaboration with Simplilearn, a global provider of digital skills training, to offer a specialized Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Cloud Computing. The learning program, which comprises 300+ hours of study, prepares professionals for a career as a Cloud Architect, Cloud Consultant, or Cloud Engineer. Upon successful completion of the program, learners will receive a Caltech CTME Post Graduate certificate. This program follows our recently launched and already popular Post Graduate Program in DevOps. These programs offer learners around the globe access to world-class trainers and the work-ready tools and methods needed in today’s professional world.

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The program enables learners to master the software architecture, design, and implementation principles required for cloud computing. During the 12-month program, learners will build the core skill sets needed for designing, planning, and scaling cloud implementation on the three top cloud platform providers.

The PGP program in Cloud Computing brings together Simplilearn’s blended learning delivery model with the academic excellence of Caltech CTME. The blending learning environment combines live online classes, self-paced learning, labs and projects, extensive peer-interaction, and 24/7 access to Teaching Assistants (TA’s).

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Along with a comprehensive curriculum that follows industry best practices, the program also provides learners 30 live industry-based projects, Capstone projects in four industry domains, and Masterclasses from experts at Caltech CTME. This blended learning approach ensures that program participants receive an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals and abundant opportunities for hands-on practice and learning.

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